One day, Republicans, Conservatives, Libertarians, Liberals, Democrats and those confused Moderates will wake up and realize, love for constitutional liberties is greater than they will ever be. While the liberal socialistic agenda calls for ‘Moving Forward,’ there’s a greater population of the country, ‘Moving Backwards,’ towards the constitutional liberties and principles the country was founded upon.
San Antonio’s anti discrimination ordnance, which is discriminatory in it’s wording, has gathered the support of Houston’s Mayor, Annise Parker, who’s now pondering whether to follow suit.
‘Parker says that vote "upped the ante" and that Houston should follow suit.’
Liberalism has indeed ‘upped the ante,’ constantly stripping constitutional rights and that’s not reflective of a democracy. That’s reflective of Socialism, which ultimately, leads to Communism and just that thought, by it’s self, is waking a sleeping giant, the American people, or in this case, Houstonians.
"It is absolutely something we should do, and the majority of council members have publicly stated they are in support of a nondiscrimination ordinance," Parker said. "But this is an issue that requires all of council to be engaged and agree it is time to move it forward. When it happens, we will do that."
Parker suffers from short term memory. It was back in 2001, under the leadership of Lee P. Brown, the city’s first Black Mayor, when the same sex benefits for city employees, which no doubt, Parker spear headed, was promoted as a Civil Right. Together, Brown, Parker and Houston’s LGBT promoted this supposedly right in the fashion of, if you voted no for the referendum, you were actually voting for it, and vice versa. That referendum failed because of the religious community of Houston.
Brown, Parker and the LGBT ‘upped the ante’ back then and Houston spoke, loudly, and if she wants to revisit 2001, the religious community will once again wake up and hand her another defeat.
Liberalism doesn’t come with the capacity of thought. Houston’s religious community is bigger than the gay community will be. Houston’s multi-cultural atmosphere targets those from around the world that may not be Christian in beliefs, but don’t abide in same sex anything, and that’s the problem, Parker and city council face.